A former HMRC tax officer who set up an online business trading games consoles, video games and DVDs has been sentenced for stealing more than £12,000 from the public purse.
Recent tax case law has brought out some interesting points on how the Courts view operational issues.
A recent case on trading losses could have implications going forward as it was found that, in the specific circumstances, losses from an acquired trade could be used against profits from the exist
In his latest video blog Tony looks at radical new HMRC proposals to introduce DAS which is Differentiated Agent Services whereby some agents will be granted greater powers and have more access to
I am sure Companies House used to have a really good little booklet detailing directors responsibilities and I was looking for it today to give to a client. I found this instead:
I note commentary in Taxation approving of ‘High Tech’ solutions. This would encompass (I gather) everyone signing up to the ‘Cloud’.
Technology is wonderful. BUT:
A new union at HMRC, the R&C Trade Union (RCTU), says it can get a better deal for its members by talking with managers ra
In the recent case of J Day & A Dalgety, two taxpayers had sold three properties that they owned together.
I’m a trusting soul, so when I was told by HMRC that the April Employer Bulletin would clarify what the PAYE penalty regime is now, I believed them.
In previous years we have submitted P11D expenses claims to HMRC P.O. Box 1970 Liverpool.
Is anyone aware of a change?
- ICAS: HMRC record checks are “flawed” 227,303 18
- Reasonable Excuse scorecard 2011: Taxpayers 20 HMRC 12 50,619 17
- HMRC helplines begin move to 03 numbers 38,481 19
- HMRC ‘reasonable excuse’ definition under fire 30,078 22
- Struck-off companies dodge £16bn a year 27,191 59